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Dairy Store churns out an ice cream feeding frenzy
A new ice cream flavor at the Nebraska Dairy Store is offering Huskers a chance to take a bite out of Shark Week.
Churned custom for Nebraska Shark Week, the piña colada-flavored ice cream includes a swarm of gummy sharks in every scoop. Every three-gallon bucket of the ice cream includes 2.5 pounds of the gummy sharks. The store started serving Shark Week July 22 and will continue until the final scoop is devoured. Learn more about the new ice cream.
The Dairy Store opened in 1917 serving all-you-can-drink milk for a nickel — but only for customers who brought their own glass. Now, more than 100 years later, the Dairy Store is a Nebraska tradition, serving a lineup of sweet ice cream treats, handmade cheeses and meats — all produced on Nebraska's East Campus. Click the 360 degree video below to see how ice cream is created in the Dairy Store plant.